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Seulong Again Denies Sohee Rumors

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2012.03.13 17:01 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

2AM’s Seulong again denied that he and Wonder Girls member Sohee were more than friends.

2AM held its comeback showcase on March 13 in Seoul, and revealed for the first time its performance of I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me, the first single cut from its second mini album Fitzgerald’s Love Story.

Seulong Again Denies Sohee Rumors

When a question about his rumors with Sohee, which first surfaced in January, popped up, Seulong started off, “So it has come.”

“I’ll answer it first since you’ll be the most curious about this,” Seulong said. “Like you saw in Radio Star, we’re good friends. There were no problems after the articles were released. Because we’re friends that have known each other for such a long time, even the members passed it by when they first saw the article. It’s really just a simple incident.”

“After the news came out I began to realize what happened. I said I should be careful,” Seulong finished.

Chang Min said, “Before the articles came out, Seulong told us about it first. Because they were so close since a long time ago and we meet together often too, we didn’t think it would be a big deal.”

I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me is a piece composed by Kim Do Hoon and lyricized by both Kim Do Hoon and Bang Si Hyuk, and is a ballad that contains the strong emotions of the vocalist group. This day, Jung Jin Woon, Jo Kwon, Chang Min and Lim Seulong successfully performed I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me in front of the press and their fans.

Many prominent musicians, including Yoon Jong Shin, Kim Do Hoon, Urban Zakapa and Lee Sang Ho, helped out with the album, heightening anticipation for the release of the album.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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